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Tea: A Misconception

Ah! That refreshing feeling that comes over us as we take those first sips of our favorite mourning cup of tea. It seems like all is right with the world and the sun shines a little brighter. 558 more words

Fresh Coffee Matters

No, this isn’t another blog extolling the physical and mental virtues of drinking coffee.  This is about being a coffee snob and getting the most out of your coffee. 494 more words

Learning

Cellula(r)espiration

Anaerobic cellular respiration vs. aerobic cellular respiration:

To my understanding, there are 3 main types of cellular respiration: Anaerobic, Aerobic, and fermentation.

Aerobic respiration takes place in the presence of oxygen, and produces the most ATP in the cycle from one molecule of glucose compared to the others. 1,089 more words

What are the most energetic combustible materials?

Most people have seen several examples of combustion reactions that produce different flame temperatures. The temperature of a campfire can be somewhat over 800 deg C, while the flame of an oxyacetylene torch in welding can reach a temperature of over 3000 deg C. 1,286 more words

Combustion

Intentional Oxidation, Thoughts.

Of course the obvious standouts are the wines that via protection with yeast and sometimes without are basically known for oxidation. The wines Jerez, Malaga and Jura have maintained their Byzantine Roman-ness while the rest of the known world has succumbed to the changing order. 419 more words

Wine

January 1 & 2

1) Proposal to make Safety sealing mandatory for healthcare products and hygiene products:

  • Transit from manufacturing to consumer will bring the scope of contamination and adulteration of products in absence of seal…
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A Shape You Gotta Love – A Stanwell Majestic 180

Blog by Steve Laug

There are certain shapes that Stanwell just nails – they get them absolutely perfect. There is nothing that could be done to make the shape even more stunning than it is. 845 more words

Pipe Refurbishing Essays